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I'M BACK - 3/2/2011

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

So... it's been a few years since I have been on Spark People. I am hoping that some of my friends are still here and can't wait to meet new friends as well.

A lot has happened since I have been here. I had my second son Jaxon. I was in the 170's when I stopped exercising and let pregnancy take it's course. I topped out at 205 pounds and gave birth on January 29, 2009. I didn't do much to try and lose weight all of 2009 but in 2010 I struggled, back and forth.

I did Weight Watchers when I was 201 pounds and then I could barely maintain a 192-196 weight level. When the summer came I lost a little weight, had an amazing birthday in July, got engaged on my anniversary in September, went on a cruise in November (our first one). But when we got back from vacation we moved into a new house and only ate junk 3 times a day every day and I was back up to 194.

In January, I went to Jenny Craig and since then I have lost 11 lbs. I weigh in tomorrow so I am hoping it will be more then that.

I am ready to get this going for the LAST TIME. There are no more babies coming and a wedding on the horizon. I don't want to spend all my time worrying about my weight and I refuse to be this big on my dream day or honeymoon.

Looking to meet people so feel free to follow my blog and contact me.

Can't wait to see who is still here.

Talk to you all soon!

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  • no profile photo BOJO70
    Hi! Congrats on so many major life changes!
    New baby, weddings, moving...all those are major in and of themselves, but you did them all. No wonder you were AWOL from SP! I'm tired just thinking about it!
    I've been sparking for about 6 weeks and am enjoying it a lot.
    Good to meet you and see you around the message boards!
    3721 days ago
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